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Halifax youth group competeting to win 3D printer

HALIFAX - A group of Halifax-area youth is hoping to win a 3D printer to make their technology dreams come to life. Cat Adalay of St. Margarets Bay began The Creator Program this May in...

Earliest ever: Hillgrove maple syrup producer looks back over 60 springs

HILLGROVE – Boiling sap is a tradition in Larry Goodwin’s family. He taps about 75 trees in Hillgrove, up on the ridge above Digby, enough to make a little syrup for his family and good...

Bright outlook for Stephenville airport

— The outlook for Stephenville International Airport in 2013 appears positive. That’s according to Brenda Martin, chief executive officer and general manager of the (Newfoundland & Labrador) airport. She said that, under the direction of...

Man caught faking physiotherapy license had work history at Halifax clinic

A Canadian man with a proven history of working under fake names, posing as a physiotherapist had recently been working at a Halifax clinic. Our journalists have learned that Kelvin Cheung, recently convicted this week...

Grant Thornton sheds light on fraud in construction

Diverted funds. Materials misuse. Padded bills. Hidden cost overruns. Every day, construction firms lose money to fraud perpetrated by employees, contractors, subcontractors and venture partners. In fact, a global study by the Association of...

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